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Re: Bug? Alt+O on commit dialog no longer OKs it

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 07:21:07 +0200


2009/5/14 <webpost_at_tigris.org>:
> It seems as thought there have been a number of searches, discussions, emails, etc regarding this issue, and it comes down to usability. If other users like myself are willing to spend time searching for a solution to this "bug," doesn't it indicate our appreciation of TSVN and how it used to work?
> Please, for the sake of the untold number of users who now feel the need to click the "OK" button because of lack of knowledge of the "Ctrl+Enter" hotkey, add the "Alt+O" hotkey and underlining back in. Or let me know how and I'll do it myself.

The <sarcasm>incorrect, not needed but frequently asked for
superfluous</sarcasm> Alt-O has been reintroduced into TSVN some days
ago. The nightly builds and next 1.6.x release will support them.

And if all translators honor them, so will the non-English versions... ;-)

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